Monday, 21 May 2012

Still looking for a job? Wall Street novice found chasing 5 secrets

1. Name Of Your CV:

He applied for the job, include your "resume" to send e-mail messages. Question: what is called his curriculum vitae attached? John Doe is CV? Or J Doe resume? The project combines?(this means that it is still running on your CV) Or resume 2007 (2009-is already two years to update your resume?)-look out! Suggestion: make a resume of professional only-name that the name is perfect! (ie: Jane Doe RESUME). HR, recruitment and hiring managers look this.

2. E-mail Address

Is the e-mail address of the professional? If Jdoe@yahoo.com or JaneDoe123@aol.com is perfect. But what "hotmama@xxx.com" or "foreclosureking@xxx.com". E-mail addresses are not allowed, and again, employers and managers are noticed.Tip: you can create an e-mail address for the Professional on the job search.

10 Career Tips for 20 year olds or something||

1. There is no clearly defined path.

Sometimes, your career will go sideways. You will work in an industry whose direct interdependence with each other and learn the key from each of them (a task in the Interior) and the international trade, and in the same year, after moving to the South, you will be required to take everything what you can get, until you find something for yourself. Prices and classes in the will surprise surprised.

2. cooperation with the colleague (or the head of a colleague, the trainee) cannot stand will be a part of the development of the network. Learning to move real estate.

Sunday, 20 May 2012

What Recruiters Look At During The 6 Seconds They Spend On Your Resume

Although we may never know why we didn't get chosen for a job interview, a recent study is shedding some light on recruiters' decision-making behavior. According to TheLadders research, recruiters spend an average of "six seconds before they make the initial 'fit or no fit' decision" on candidates.The study used a scientific technique called “eye tracking” on 30 professional recruiters and examined their eye movements during a 10-week period to "record and analyze where and how long someone focuses when digesting a piece of information or completing a task."In the short time that they spend with your resume, the study showed recruiters will look at your name, current title and company, current position start and end dates, previous title and company, previous position start and end dates, and education.The two resumes below include a heat map of recruiters' eye movements. The one on the right was looked at more thoroughly than the one of the left because of its clear and concise format:Read more: